36 CFR § 800.14(d)

Standard treatments are a program alternative that allows the ACHP to establish standardized practices for dealing with certain categories of undertakings, effects, historic properties, or treatment options. They are intended to establish best practices which encourage excellence through the application of widely accepted historic preservation practices. Federal agencies can increase the efficiency of their Section 106 reviews for undertakings that incorporate these standard treatments into project planning and design. Standard treatments do not replace the regular review process but can expedite reviews when included in memoranda of agreement or programmatic agreements as mitigation measures or used to support no adverse effect findings in regular reviews. Federal agencies are not obligated to follow approved standard treatments but may elect to do so when they feel such treatments will help meet their Section 106 compliance requirements.

Learn more in the Standard Treatments Guidance.

There are no standard treatments at this time.